Fri 19-Oct-12 07:26 AM | edited Fri 19-Oct-12 07:46 AM by km6xz
Very nice, really like the balance of interest above and below the horizon so makes me step back to take it all in, the way an image should be viewed. It is such a joy to shoot at low ISO with this camera because the rewards are greater than in any other camera in retained tone range.
Here are a few handheld, one a crop using a 70-200 at 1/200 of a detail of local church in the late evening and the other is a 36mm shot of a local park when I first got the camera home from buying it in California. I was concerned about hand holding and in these cases I think, ever with slow SS, it is pretty forgiving. The next one is my friend's wedding and the 4th is catching my friend and her new husband in the ray of strong light from an overhead skylight. I purposely tried to over expose the bright light to get the faces brighter while giving a glow to the bright silhouette edges. Stan St Petersburg Russia